The Energy Research Center annually presents Short Courses on topics of interest to employees of the electric utility industry. Many of these programs have evolved as a result of ongoing research and emphasize basic engineering principles and their application to the solution of practical problems. These courses are generally presented on campus, but can be tailored to meet the specific needs of a company and presented at a site convenient to its employees. The Center also presents Workshops dedicated to examining problems common to many utilities and proposing research programs in search of solutions.
"Emissions Control and Performance Improvement for Coal-Fired Power Plants"
May 20 and 21, 2014 at Lehigh University
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Short Courses can be developed to address topics specific to a particular company’s needs and presented at a company site. Company employees can attend in person or off-site through various electronic means. For more information about this opportunity, please contact Vince Magnotta at 610-758-4545 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One Professional Development Hour is awarded for each contact hour of short course attendance. One Continuing Education Unit is awarded for each ten contact hours of short course attendance.
No workshops are currently scheduled.